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Magale Library Hours

Regular Hours:

Sunday: 1PM-8PM
Monday - Thursday: 8AM-8PM
Friday: 8AM-4:30PM
Saturday: 1PM-5PM

Easter Break Hours:

Thursday, April 1, 2021: LIBRARY OPEN 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM,
CLOSED Friday, April 2nd - Monday, April 5th, 2021
Classes Resume on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 8:00 AM.

 

Please see COVID-19 safety guidelines for the library here.

Centenary Distance Learning Support

Magale Library has remote access to all research and assignment tools necessary for classes.

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The John F. Magale Library offers a wide range of resources for students, alumni and community members. Magale Library is committed to offering excellent service while adhering to Centenary College’s mission and strategic planning. While promoting the high standards and principles of Centenary, Magale strives to remain the center of information and research for all its students, faculty, and staff.

With computers for student use, high-speed Internet access, wireless network (current students only), study rooms, digital scanning, and free printing for assignments, the Magale Library serves as a center for students studying, printing, and doing research. In addition to individual PCs, the library features an extensive collection of books/monographs and academic journals (print & electronic), as well as archived rare books and manuscripts relating to the history of Centenary College of Louisiana, the United Methodist Church in Louisiana, the state of Louisiana, and the city of Shreveport. Magale Library is also part of the LOUIS consortium giving Centenary students access to a wide variety of resources.

Since the physical structure's final completion in 1963, Magale's resource collection has grown and evolved substantially. The collection currently includes nearly 432,976 volumes, over 440,308 full-text serials, 362,424 newspapers and microforms, 964,958 audio/video materials, 164,574 monograph records, 239,275 eBooks and e-Textbooks. In addition to this, Magale offers access to 53 million e-Resources for research. Magale Library holds license agreements for a growing number of the most authoritative and reputable research databases for currently enrolled students. Magale also maintains lists of Open Access Education Resources freely accessible, and quality online resources in our numerous subject guides.

Electronic Card Catalog

The ENTERPRISE helps patrons find resources within MAGALE LIBRARIES..

Databases

Magale Library provides access to many resources and e-journals.

TREK Resources

Here students enrolled in the TREK program will find specific resources to help them prepare for final projects.

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Contact Info

Christy J. Wrenn

Library Director


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